Last June, Mansory caused quite the controversy when it unveiled its characteristically over-the-top Ford GT. Dubbed “Le Mansory,” it was to be part of a limited-run “One car per decade” initiative in which the brand would produce just three examples worldwide. Needless to say, it was one hell of a way to celebrate 30 years of aftermarket automotive work.
For the second installment of its Le Mansory conversions, the German-based tuning specialist has completed an equally ostentatious Ford GT build. Clad in a full carbon fiber body, it wears wider fenders, new headlights, dual roof scoops, as well as a massive rear wing. Complemented by a set of custom 21-inch forged wheels, it’s nothing if not attention-grabbing. Inside, the debauchery continues, with a set of bright red refinished seats and door panels to match the car’s sinister two-tone exterior. And when it comes to the performance, Mansory has made sure to back up the GT’s bold looks with some additional enhancements to its twin-turbo 3.5L V6. So, while the stock car put down some 647hp and 550lb-ft of torque, the Le Mansory now makes 700hp and 620lb-ft, an increase that’ll easily take it to 220mph. Contact Mansory for more information.
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